St Ives collections for sons of tragic Carbis Bay couple
A RESTAURANT in the Cornish resort where a mother and father died last week is organising a collection to help the three sons left behind.
Last Wednesday, the bodies of two people, named locally as Jonathan Trenchard, 50, and his wife Derisa, 48, were found at a property in Polwithen Drive, Carbis Bay; the alarm was raised when both Jonathan, who works at a local factory, and Derisa, a legal secretary, failed to show up for work.
Police say they are not looking for anyone else in connection with the deaths.
The couple are survived by three sons – Christopher, 26, Joshua, 23, and Joel, 13 – and now the Ocean Grill on The Wharf in St Ives is organising a collection for their benefit.
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Kate Evans, assistant manager at the Ocean Grill, said: “The oldest son, Chris, is actually a member of staff with us and we at the Ocean Grill and the local community of St Ives would really love to help these boys.
“If anyone wants to make a contribution, they can just drop something in to the restaurant. St Ives School is also organising a collection so we will probably give whatever we get to them.”